Table of Contents
Part 1: Authentic assessment overview
- What is authentic assessment and how does it work?
- Can authentic assessments be used in online courses?
- Traditional vs. Authentic Assessments
Part 2: How to make authentic assessments for online courses (with examples)
- 5 steps to create authentic assessments (with examples)
- How to create a rubric for authentic assessments (template included)
Part 3: How to proctor online authentic assessments
Examples of how to apply online proctoring to these assessment types:
- Presentations and demonstrations (Individuals and groups)
- Essays (handwritten and typed)
- Math problems using pen and paper
- Use of real-software
Authentic Assessment Overview
What is authentic assessment?
Authentic assessment means that students are assessed by their ability to complete real-world tasks that demonstrate their skills and knowledge.
Ultimately, authentic assessments prove that students can – not if – perform real-world tasks.
Authentic assessment examples
- Presentations and demonstrations
- Projects using real software and hardware
- Game-based activities
- Mock interviews and other role-playing scenarios
- Portfolios of work
- Debates and discussions
- Reflective writing and self-assessments
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Online Authentic Assessments